With this connection, folks will be able to travel from the new parking area on Meyers-Olson Rd. to the top of the Second Street hill as well as along a loop via the new Pine Bluff Trail between the Sweeny Trailhead and north Second Street.
The Big Ravine Trails map is being updated and signs are being posted to show this section of trail as open for public access.
Chuck Finn knows how much this means to our community. “As Mary and I encounter folks out on the East Rim Trail and the Finn Loop, we hear sincere gratitude for the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the Big Ravine. This access from Bob and Maria is a tremendous addition for all.”
As a condition of granting this access, Bob and Maria Fierek ask that all users greet one another with a smile and that we make sure to take good care of the land. WE CAN DO THAT!!
PLEASE NOTE: There is no parking at this trail access. Please park at the Sweeny Ave. Trailhead lot, just one block away.
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